RT Book, Whole DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 218906 LA English T1 Aspects of Alice; Lewis Carroll's dreamchild as seen through the critics' looking-glasses, 1865-1971. A1 Phillips, Robert,, PB Vanguard Press PP New York YR 1971 SN 0814907008 9780814907009 AB Pt. 1. Personal and biographical: Today's "Wonder-world" needs Alice / W.H. Auden -- Alice / Roger Lancelyn Green -- Lewis Carroll / T.B. Strong -- Lewis Carroll / Virginia Woolf -- Lewis Carroll's gay tapestry / Alexander Woollcott -- On the Alice books / Walter de la Mare -- Escape through the looking-glass / Florence Becker Lennon -- pt. 2. As Victorian and children's literature: From children's books / Anonymous -- From literature for the little ones / Edward Salmon -- Alice in Wonderland in perspective / Elsie Leach -- Alice books and the metaphors of Victorian childhood / Jan. B. Gordon -- Alice / Robert Graves -- pt. 3. Comparisons with other writers: Lewis Carroll and T.S. Elliot as nonsense poets / Elizabeth Sewell -- On Lewis Carroll's Alice and her white knight and Wordsworth's "Ode on immortality" / Horace Gregory -- Did Mark Twain write Alice's adventures in Wonderland? / George Lanning -- Alice meets the Don / Jon Hinz -- pt. 4. Philosophical and others: Philosopher's Alice in Wonderland / Roger W. Holmes -- Wonderland revisited / Harry Levin -- C.L. Dodgson: the poet logician / Edmund Wilson -- Last days of Alice / Allen Tate -- pt. 5. Church and chess: Lewis Carroll and the Oxford Movement / Shane Leslie -- Through the looking-glass / Alexander L. Taylor -- pt. 6. Language, and parody, and satire: Poems in Alice in Wonderland / Florence Milner -- Burble through the Tulgey Wood / John Ciardi -- Note on Humpty Dumpty / J.B. Priestley -- Logic and language in Through the looking-glass / Patricia Meyer Spacks -- pt. 7. Freudian interpretations: Alice in Wonderland psychoanalyzed / A.M.E. Goldschmidt -- Psychoanalytic remarks on Alice in Wonderland and Lewis Carroll / Paul Schilder -- From "Lewis Caroll's adventures in Wonderland" / John Skinner -- About the symbolization of Alices's adventures in Wonderland / Martin Grotjahn -- From "The character of Dodgson as revealed in the writings of Carroll" / Phyllis Greenacre -- From "Further insights" / Géza Róheim -- From "The thinking of the body" / Kenneth Burke -- Alice in Wonderland: the child as swain / William Empson -- pt. 8. Jungian and mythic: From a letter to Lewis Carroll / Robert Scott -- Alice as Anima: the image of woman in Carroll's classic / Judith Bloomingdale -- Alice's journey to the end of night / Donald Rackin -- pt. 9. Psychedelic: White Rabbit / Grace Slick -- Lewis Carroll - the first acidhead / Thomas Fensch.